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Chelsea have moved to sign a third Atletico Madrid player of the summer by bidding for Miranda, according to reports in Spain.
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Manager Arsene Wenger is keen to bring the 23-year-old to the Emirates as he continues his summer spending spree.
The Serbian defender believes the 26-year-old would prove to be a valuable addition for the Giuseppe Meazza side should the Nerazzurri make a move for the Mexican Inter defender Nemanja Vidic has advised the Serie A outfit to make a move for his former Manchester United team-mate Javier Hernandez in their search for a new striker.
In the modern game, the demands of a centre forward polarise opinion. For some, it's no longer enough to simply score goals; in the eyes of many, strikers need to offer more than those vital, game-changing contributions.
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Since his arrival in January 2011 it seems as though everyone at Chelsea has endured what seems like an endless wait for Fernando Torres to fire at Stamford Bridge.
RUMOUR MILL: Brazil icon Ronaldinho is a free agent and A-League clubs have already moved to bring the World Cup winner to Australia.
Huge amounts of money have been spent this summer with major transfers occurring all over the world but are clubs getting value for their money? In January 2011 Andy Carroll moved to Liverpool from Newcastle United for 35 million.
Romelu Lukaku has been loaned out twice by Chelsea in consecutive seasons and each time he has proven he has got what it takes to be successful in the premier league.
It's not every year that you see pretty much all of the Premier League's big-hitters, as it were, make such swift moves in the summer transfer window.
Here we're taking a look at a bunch of blunders from players and coaches alike who have acted or spoken without thinking - and one that is difficult to know who to blame at all.
Earlier this week Chelsea sprung something of a surprise, by bringing club legend Didier Drogba back to Stamford Bridge.
Fernando Torres kicked off the new season exactly the same way he finished the last - with yet another appalling miss.
The last two summers have seen James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, Neymar, Edinson Cavani, Falcao and Luis Suarez each sold for over A 50 million The days of crazy haggling over fees could soon be over if FIFA and worldwide union FIFPro get their way.
With this summer shaping up to be one of the busiest - and most expensive - in Premier League history, it seems almost certain that one big-money signing will fail to live up to his billing.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:55 am
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